- Eliot Shorr-Parks of NJ Advanced Media has WR Rueben Randle listed is ahead of Nelson Agholor on his depth chart projections.
- Shorr-Parks mentions that the Eagles “desperately want” Agholor to step up and secure the No. 2 receiver job, but it’s by no means a lock that he’ll beat out Randle in the end.
- According to Shorr-Parks, it’s “very possible” Philadelphia will keep just five wide receivers, which means T.J. Graham could be the odd-man-out this summer.
- Paul Schwartz of the New York Post states that Head Coach Ben McAdoo is likely to continue calling plays for the Giants, even though he is no longer the offensive coordinator.
- Schwartz notes that while McAdoo is likely going to call plays, the Giants might experiment with having new offensive coordinator, Mike Sullivan, split the play calling duties with McAdoo during training camp and preseason games.
- Jason Wolf of The Tennessean takes a look at five Titans with something to prove during training camp and preseason.
- Wolf lists WR Justin Hunter, S Rashad Johnson, RB Dexter McCluster, G Chance Warmack and WR Kendall Wright as guys to watch this summer.
- Wolf points out that Hunter is likely to battle veteran WR Harry Douglas for the teams No. 5 receiver job. Should Tennessee part ways with with Hunter, they would pick up $1.14 million in available cap space.